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Prudential announces organizational restructuring

Patricia Daddona |

Newark, N.J., financial services company Prudential Financial, which has a strong presence in Hartford, is reorganizing its five businesses into three groups, a change that will not affect Hartford...

CT's job gains continued in June

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut added 7,000 jobs in June and the private sector appears closer to fully recovering all the jobs lost during the Great Recession, state labor authorities say.

ECHN's interim CEO Collins tagged permanent

John Stearns |

Michael Collins has been named CEO of Eastern Connecticut Health Network (ECHN) after holding the role on an interim basis since last fall, Prospect Medical Holdings announced Wednesday.

2 softball tourneys to boost CT economy

Patricia Daddona |

Two Connecticut “fastpitch” softball tournaments coming next week to East Hartford and to Stratford in early August are projected to generate $3 million in business revenue, according to...

Pratt hiring to boost PurePower output

Patricia Daddona |

East Hartford-based Pratt & Whitney Co. is displaying its fuel-efficient, passenger-jet engine in the nation's capital Wednesday -- a product it says requires tens of thousands of new hires, the...

Malloy enlists disabled in budget fight — gets protest at his office

JULIA WERTH AND MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT MIRROR |

A day after Gov. Dannel P. Malloy all but invited disabled recipients of state services to lobby for a new budget, some did: They targeted him in a demonstration that ended with the arrest of five...

Employees ratify state concessions deal by wide margin

KEITH M. PHANEUF AND MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT MIRROR | 2

Unionized state employees have voted overwhelmingly to ratify the concession deal negotiated by the administration of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, shifting the focus to a closely divided General Assembly,...

First Tee names new executive director

Patricia Daddona |

Cromwell youth development nonprofit First Tee of Connecticut, which uses golf as its classroom, has promoted its programming director Mark Moriarty to executive director.

Malloy campaigns to pressure legislature on budget impasse

MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT MIRROR | 1

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Monday toured HARC Inc., a private non-profit that serves 2,254 families of intellectually disabled children and adults, an effort to use recipients of state-funded services...

State workers to finish voting today on concessions deal

JAKE KARA | CT MIRROR |

Voting by unionized state workers will end today on the tentative concessions deal reached on May 23 with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy. More than 40,000 workers were eligible to cast ballots.

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